Is it possible to make the decision of arresting a person that is not judged by the police. For example by someone trained in law, like a lawyer.
It is not uncommon to get some form of police corruption or the ranks may close up on you. I know of at least two cases where the police will not arrest individuals that they know are involved in crime:
- In Project Sanctuary, the mole idenified many judges, police cheifs, etc... involved in child grooming
- I know someone protesting for justice against police.
Can the question be based on UK law.
This is not so much so a question on normal citizens arrest where for example you catch a shoplifter then wait for the police to arrest them, but rather you catch the person having all necessary evidence then try them in court by-passing the police altogether.